|Stamp Day For Superman - Thomas Carr|
The Superman production company donated this special 18 minute episode to the US Treasury to help promote school stamp day savings plans to children. This is the only episode of the series that has entered the public domain. It features all of the hallmarks that made the original 1950s Superman series so memorable.
Keywords: Classic TV; Superman; George Reeves; Public Service Announcement; US Treasury
Downloads: 17,066 (9 reviews)
|Mr ED "Wilbur Gets The Message... About Payroll Savings!" - Arthur Lubin|
Rare lost episode of Mr Ed. One of only two episodes that are in the Public Domain. This episode is, essentially, an episode length public service announcement on behalf of the US treasury. Wilbur and Mr Ed extol the virtues of payroll saving plans and their benefits for the American way of life. Alan Young (Wilbur), Connie Hines (Carol), Mr Ed (Mr Ed), George O'Hanlon (The Electrician) Directed by Arthur Lubin IMDB page
Keywords: Classic TV; Mr Ed; Alan Young; Public Service Announcement; Bonds; Payroll; Rare; Lost Episode
Downloads: 7,874 (2 reviews)
|Video Ranger Message (50's Public Service Announcement) (1950)|
50's Public Service Announcement telling it's young viewers to avoid racism. This is taken from the TV series "Captain Video", which aired on The DuMont Television Network.
Keywords: Classic TV; Public Service Announcement; TV; Television; 50's; 1950's; Fifties; Commercial; DuMont Network; DuMont Television Network
Downloads: 6,743 (3 reviews)
|''The Goldbergs'' - 28 September 1954|
An episode of the DuMont Network version of "The Goldbergs". In this episode, Jake and everyone argue over who invented the half-size dress. (note: at the end of this episode, Molly wishes the viewers a happy new year in the Hebrew calender. Also includes "better schools" PSA)
Keywords: TV; Television; The Goldbergs; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; DuMont Network; DuMont Television Network; Du Mont; Sitcom; Public Service Announcement
|1949 Public Service Announcement|
A 1949 Public Service Announcement aired on the DuMont Television Network, reminding the young viewers of "Captain Video" that "freedom is everybody's job". This features the same background as the 1950 PSA I uploaded. DuMont was a cheap network, but in fact, they did a lot of good things, like airing the complete McCathy hearings (sadly no footage remains from their coverage). One must give them credit for good intentions.
Keywords: 40s; 40's; 1940s; 1940's; PSA; Public Service Announcement; DuMont Network; DuMont Television Network; Classic TV; Du Mont Network
Downloads: 2,704 (2 reviews)